Highly-trained spaniels are being used to sniff out foxes around South East Queensland’s dam catchments.
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SA Water is pushing to make tap water more accessible to the public.
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WA has seen its first ever ‘gross negligence’ verdict, the most serious offence possible under the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
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NT WorkSafe has issued a warning about misleading white card courses offered online.
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Australians on JobSeeker and JobKeeper payments will have their money cut in coming months.
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Federal MP Tim Wilson spent his time as human rights commissioner assisting the IPA and soliciting his own endorsement.
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Soil testing has found that nearly a tonne of lead was dumped by the Notre Dame fire.
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Dreamworld's parent company Ardent Leisure has been charged ...
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A federal review of Australia’s key environmental law has called for a new independent regulator to be created.
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EnergyQuest says Australian LNG cargoes continued to be delayed.
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Seven companies have been shortlisted for the next stage of the ARENA’s $70 million hydrogen funding.
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Australian solar cell researchers have created a ‘solar-flow battery’ that can generate, store, and deliver renewable electricity in a single device.
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Britain has banned Chinese telco Huawei from its 5G network.
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Twitter has scrambled to respond to a damning hack.
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The Australian Taxation Office has extended a decade-long managed network services deal with Optus.
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The Federal Court has found Kogan’s ‘tax time’ promotion was misleading.
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Authorities have warned rubber gloves vital in the fight against COVID-19 could have been made by slaves.
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CSIRO has bought into a company to help it produce flexible phone screens and other high-tech products.
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Experts have raised concerns that the CSIRO has been compromised by its relationship with the CSG industry.
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Plans have been unveiled for a big power plant upgrade in NSW.
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Locals fear that a new electricity transmission line will ruin the tranquillity of their Tasmanian wilderness.
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